Clayton, Buck - Plays.Vendor: Society
RARE/2HAND VINYL LP ON SOCIETY 1965.
Society SOC 1019 made in USA. Vinyl M. Cover EX.
Buck Clayton first rose to national fame as the lead soloist with the first great Count Basie band that roared out of Kansas City in late fall, 1936. Ironically, while Clayton’s understated, bell-like sound is associated with the hard swinging Kansas City style, he actually spent little time in Kansas City. By the time he arrived at the famed Reno Club, a small dive on 12th Street, Clayton had already led a colorful career as a band leader, ranging from Los Angeles to Shanghai. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buck_Clayton
A1. Strike up the band
A2. Somebody loves me
A3. Embraceable you
A4. Oh! Lady be good
B5. Fascinating Rhythm
B6. Rhapsody in Blues
B7. Someone to watch over me
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